Carrusel RRI Tools

 
25 Sep 2019
RESPONSIBLE DESIGN: THE LAUNCH Acting 'responsibly': what does that mean to scholars, practitioners, students and entrepreneurs? Come explore this question with us, while being inspired by varied talks and workshops Twente, The Netherlands more details...
30 Sep 2019
ETHAC 2019 | European Triple Helix Congress on Responsible Innovation & Entrepreneurship ETHAC2019 pushes the frontiers of triple helix interactions in the most pressing worldwide challenges in terms of innovation development processes and its outcomes. Thessaloniki, Greece more details...
03 Oct 2019
CHALLENGES FOR RESPONSIBLE INNOVATION | On the occasion of the launch of the International Handbook on Responsible Innovation, edited by René von Schomberg & Jonathan Hankins On the occasion of the book launch of the International Handbook on Responsible Innovation. A global Resource, a series of international events will take place to discuss the challenges ahead of us for the further development and implementation of responsible innovation. Participation to these events are free but because of limited available seating, prior registration is necessary Brussels, Belgium more details...
07 Oct 2019
TRACKING INNOVATION TRAJECTORIES IN THE COMPLEX ECONOMY | Network analysis and big data for risk mitigation he aim of the workshop is to tackle the complex challenge of forecasting innovation, as well as the socio-economic impacts of disruptive technologies. As the prospected Authors you are warmly invited to join us for this enriching meeting and to submit your contribution Turin, Italy more details...
14 Oct 2019
Responsible Innovation Cultures - 5th annual German Summer School of Higher Education Research and Science Studies The school will focus on the question of how responsible innovation cultures can be established within institutions of higher education and research, such as universities, and will explore what responsibility in research, development and training might look like in different situated institutional contexts. The summer school will debate the meaning of ‘responsible research and innovation’ (RRI) beyond the mere reiteration of a buzz word and critically and constructively examine what a reorientation towards social responsibility within institutional cultures of higher education and research might entail. Participants will be offered talks by and workshops with research leaders in the field of RRI and can engage in RRI themselves through the experimental practices of design thinking and prototyping. Munich, Germany more details...
14 Oct 2019
SWAfS Knowledge Day & Brokerage Event Are you looking for project partners for the Science with and for Society within the calls of the 2020 work programme? Join our brokerage event and knowledge day in Warsaw 14-15 October, in the Copernicus Science Centre Warsaw, Polland more details...
16 Oct 2019
Conference Transformations 2019 Transformations 2019 aims to provide a platform for reciprocal learning between less and more developed contexts, and between researchers and practitioners, in order to enhance both practice and theory to support transformative changes for addressing climate change and other contemporary societal and environmental challenges. Santiago de Chile, Chile more details...
21 Oct 2019
HackSTIR | Interactive Data Science Workshop for Science, Technology and Innovation Research HackSTIR is a 5-day immersive hack week to be held at Nesta. Workshop participants will learn about new open source technologies used to analyse, link, and communicate datasets relating to science, technology and innovation research. The week will consist of interactive tutorials, facilitated data exploration, hands-on software development, and guest seminars from domain experts. London, UK more details...
28 Oct 2019
Avengers for Better Science! Avengers for Better Science is a workshop organized to support young researchers committed to building an inclusive, open and ethical academia. The event will focus on communities related to machine learning and life science. We will spend five days doing science and learning from each other, in a form of a workshop (with a lot of unconference and hackathon elements). Rather than listening to talks, the organizers provide a context, in which other participants learn from each other while doing online and/or offline activities. Each day will be dedicated to a specific theme. To achieve our goal of bringing early career researchers from several disciplines together, we will work towards a common deliverable - an open source lab/group/community manual. Leiden, The Netherlands more details...
28 Oct 2019
Final Conference of the “European Network of Research Ethics and Research Integrity” (ENERI) The Final Conference of the EU-funded Horizon 2020 project ENERI will bring together leading ethics experts, researchers, policy makers, representatives from industry, research funding organizations, civil society and other stakeholders to test and discuss the concepts and products developed during the three-years term of the project. Brussels, Belgium more details...
30 Oct 2019
Responsible Innovation Summit - 3rd edition Highlights of 2019 Connect, learn and cross pollinate ideas to generate value-driven change through innovation! At this unique international conference we bring professionals from different sectors together to accelerate positive change! Dublin, Ireland more details...
04 Nov 2019
4th European Technology Assessment Conference The aim of the conference is to discuss how technology assessment and related activities such as science and technology studies (STS), responsible research and innovation (RRI), public engagement, and foresight can contribute to knowledge-based policy-making on science, technology and innovation, to engage policymakers and other stakeholders in this endeavour, and to learn from each other’s perspectives. Bratislava, Slovakia more details...
06 Nov 2019
ESRC Festival: The role of social sciences in innovation Climate change, food security and animal welfare, are important issues for everyone. The possibility of altering the DNA of animals and plants offers new opportunities to meet the nutritional needs of the world’s population and reduce the environmental impact of agriculture. Do the benefits of gene editing technologies outweigh the risks? The public’s acceptance (or not) of these technologies greatly influences how they are regulated and developed. This event will provide an opportunity for the public to engage with the scientific and social science research around these technologies and consider if/how to make them a reality. Edinburgh, UK more details...
07 Nov 2019
4TU.Ethics Bi-annual Conference 'Ethics of Disruptive Technologies' Throughout history, technology has been a driver of social change. The technologies of the industrial revolution played a crucial role in shaping modern society, and society has since then continued to be shaped by technological innovations. The conference focuses on technologies that will not just change specific domains or practices for which they were designed, but that will change our life in a much broader sense. They are called socially disruptive technologies (SDTs). SDTs transform everyday life, social institutions, cultural practices, and the organisation of the economy, business, and work. They may even affect our fundamental beliefs, rights, and values. Historical examples of such technologies include the printing press, the steam engine, electric lighting, the computer, and the Internet. Modern examples include digital technologies, bio- and brain technologies, and environmental and sustainable technologies. Eindhoven, The Netherlands more details...
12 Nov 2019
EPF Congress 2019 | Advancing meaningful patient involvement: A path to more effective health systems Join us for three days of learning, exploring, testing ideas and co-creating solutions. This Congress is dedicated to exchanging ideas and good practice in patient empowerment and involvement, moving forward on the much-needed policy commitments in this area, gaining a greater and genuine understanding of the wealth of experiential knowledge and expertise that patients bring to health systems’ design and strengthening, and much more. Brussels, Belgium more details...
26 Nov 2019
Workshop | Self-coaching tools for conducting responsible research and innovation (RRI) with social robots The workshop is aimed at all researchers and developers that work with social robots, especially, those that conduct research involving human volunteers or those that develop social robots or software agents that directly interact with humans. RRI has progressively become a top priority by the European Research Policies and it is a must for all researchers and innovators to know the basics of how to conduct ethical research based on this approach. Madrid, Spain more details...
19 Mar 2020
RRI for Real | Shaping the future of Open Science & society relations Final Event of the FIT4RRI project. The summit starts a new collaborative phase of shaping the future of open science and society relations. At the University of Rome about 100 delegates will come together to exchange experiences and tools to support responsible and open institutional change. Rome, Italy more details...
26 May 2020
PCST 2020 | Public Communication of Science & Technology 2020 The chosen theme of the 2020 conference, Time, Technology and Transformation, offers rich possibilities for exploring trends and issues in science and technology communication. We will pay attention to our history and to our possible futures with equal care. We look forward to many and varied proposals for conference contributions by the deadline of 12 October 2019, that will provide the ingredients for a memorable and defining conference. Aberdeen, Scotland more details...
07 Jun 2020
The ISPIM Innovation Conference 2020 | “Innovating Our Common Future” a three-day event that brings together world-renowned experts on innovation management. Researchers, managers, business and thought leaders will share insights on innovation management hot-topics. Submissions from academic, research, consulting, industry, intermediary and policy are encouraged. Submissions on the focus themes of values-based and sustainability-oriented innovation are particularly sought Berlin, Germany more details...
17 Jun 2020
ethicomp 2020 | Paradigm Shifts in ICT Ethics: Societal Challenges in the Smart Society The ETHICOMP series of conferences fosters an international community of scholars and technologists, including computer professionals and business professionals from industry. Since 1995, conferences have been scheduled across Europe and Asia, with our main events coming approximately every 18 months. ETHICOMP considers computer ethics, conceived broadly, to include philosophical, professional, and practical aspects of the field. Logroño, Spain more details...
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